WHO WAS JACK THE RIPPER? A Collection of Present-Day Theories and Observations.

Author: Wolff (Camille) compiled by:
Year: 1995
Publisher: Grey House Books.
Signed by the author
Edition Details: Ltd. Edn. Reprint
Book Condition: New
ISBN: 0951060430
Price: 200.00
Hardback, Limited Edn. Reprint WITH 26 SIGNATURES. The book contains the views and theories of, at the time, most of the leading Jack the Ripper experts and enthusiasts, as well as a consultant forensic psychiatrist, a Professor of Social Research, a researcher on serial sex-killers, an American author and historic-document consultant, an ex-curator of Scotland Yard's Black Museum (now Crime Museum) etc. Each theory is preceded by a b/w photograph of the contributor; each piece has been limited to between 600-700 words. Jeremy Beadle wrote the Foreword. Contributors include : Paul Begg, Albert Borowitz, Stewart Evans, Melvyn Fairclough, Daniel Farson, Paul Feldman, Martin Fido, Jonathan Goodman, Wilfred Gregg, Melvin Harris, Paul Harrison, Shirley Harrison, Donald McCormick, Robin Odell, Bruce Paley, Donald Rumbelow, Iain Sinclair, Philip Sugden, Jim Tully, Peter Underwood, Bill Waddell, Nick Warren, Molly & Richard Whittington-Egan, John Wilding, Roger Wilkes, Colin Wilson, A.P. Wolf, Stephen Wright + many more. Illus. + Suggested Reading. 113pp. small 8vo. h/back. This edition was limited to 1000 copies. The book has 26 SIGNATURES : Jeremy Beadle, Paul Begg (label), Albert Borowitz (label), Edward Chick (label), Stewart P. Evans (label), Melvyn Fairclough (label), Martin Fido (label), Jonathan Goodman (label), Wilfred Gregg, Paul Harrison (label), Allan Jones (label), Colin Kendell (label), Robin Odell (label), Bruce Paley (label), Donald Rumbelow (label), Christopher Smith (label), Patterson Smith (label), Philip Sugden (label), James Tully (label), Peter Underwood (label), Molly Whittington-Egan (label), Richard Whittington-Egan (label), Roger Wilkes (label), Colin Wilson (label), Simon Wood (label), and Loretta Lay who actually compiled it. A collector's item in the 'Jack the Ripper' genre and extremely rare with 26 SIGNATURES. New.

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